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Goof: Humphreys' alibi is that he's supposed to be 'chairing' a committee meeting isn't possible since staff members can't replace Congressmen in their official capacity (e.g may not vote, deliver a speech, speak at a Committee meeting or take a Congressman's seat at one).
Goof: The crane shot over Humphrys body on the courthouse floor shows a splatter pool by the side of his head as if he was shot lying on the floor in the position he was resting in. In fact, taking a suicide shot from a standing position would have made a spray pattern at head height, most of which would have ended up on the wall rather than at the side of his head on the floor.
Goof: When Ray discovers the razor the razor head is on but when he shows it to the rest of the team the razor head is off.
Goof: In the scene where the dead woman, handcuffed to her bed, appears for the first time, you can see that she blinks when the camera first focuses on her eyes. It happens the fraction of a second before the camera pulls away from her.
Goof: The murdered FBI agent has no fingerprints, supposedly surgically removed for his undercover role -- which makes no sense given other incidents in the story. However, later Langston -- who noticed the lack of fingerprints earlier -- announces that the agent's 'fingerprints are all over the gun.'
Goof: Many times during the episode, the head of the prostitution operation being investigated if referred to as "Os Punho", which is said to be Portuguese for "The Fist". However, in Portuguese the article used is in the plural form. The correct name would be "O Punho".
Goof: When Emma/Amanda is in the morgue, it's visible to see Paula Malcomson, the actress that portrays her, still moving her eyes.
Starting in this episode, Catherine Willows is the Grave Shift supervisor.
After Catherine gives Nick Grissom's old office, he decides to share it with Greg and Riley.
Goof: The tracking shot of the camera on the jungle's trail disturbs the vegetation causing movement of leaves and small branches.
Goof: When Grissom throws down his backpack, Sara is holding her camera on the carrying strap. But just a second later in the same scene she has a grip on the camera's lens when they're embracing and kissing.
Pre production title for this episode was Mole.
Goof: While designing the victim's shoe online, Catherine puts on the checkered design twice.
Greg is now a CSI level 3.
This episode concludes a storyline that originated in an earlier season episode "Leave Out All The Rest."
Goof: When Jim Brass goes to the car wash and gets the ticket stub from Richie and Donny, he handles it without gloves. The ticket is then taken to the lab and checked for fingerprints. Jim's prints would have compromised the ticket.
Laurence Fishburne's new "CSI" character is named Dr. Raymond Langston;
is "a former pathologist who is now working as an itinerant college lecturer, teaching a course in criminalistics. His focus is on understanding criminal behavior, how and why people commit acts of violence - tendencies he disturbingly sees within himself," At first, Langston will be a consultant to the CSI team but he'll then join it (not as its leader)--Derived from CBS interviews.
After Sara's rescue in the Season 8 premiere "Dead Doll (2)," Natalie Davis (the miniature killer) was sentenced to therapy where she dealt with her fear of bleach. At the end of the episode, she's transferred to jail where she plans to hang herself (Grissom finds a miniature in her therapy room depicting this act).
Episode title: Say Uncle:
Alludes to the term of the same name. To force someone to 'say uncle', means that you have forced them into submission, and will allow them freedom, only once they have admitted it.
Goof: Brass was asking the Child Protective Service officer who the dead woman in the photo was...but her name (Kora Sila) was on the picture already, plain as day w/o pausing/zooming in.
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